While Ferlina dresses for life in a palace, the townsfolk are mostly poor and hungry. They can barely afford practical clothing, let alone the lavish materials she enjoys.

"- though the cut is more of a Loksmei peasant style Eowyn's Refugee Outfit from LotR is a practical style that Gwen and the other palace servant women might wear" --pinner before

I also kinda like this one.  I'm noticing I like the way dresses were constructed from the medieval time period, as opposed to later during the actual Renaissance.  But then again, I like simple styles that I can move around in, so that makes a lot of sense.

Medieval underdress/cotehardie sleeves help, please? - CLOTHING - I'm in the process of making a cotehardie and an underdress for it, and can not for the life of me find a sleeve tutorial for the underdress that

Peasant       Peasant clothing from the turn of 14th and 15th century consist of linen braies, woolen tied hoses based on Herjolfsnes patterns, inner linen smock, outer woolen tunic, woolen hood and white linen coif. Next pages show gloves and linen carry bags.

Peasant Peasant clothing from the turn of and century consist of linen braies, woolen tied hoses based on Herjolfsnes patterns, inner linen smock, outer woolen tunic, woolen hood and white linen coif. Next pages show gloves and linen carry bags.

Peasant Wench #1 from Hale Center Foundation for the Arts and Education - Archive Costumes Inventory. Historically accurate for the Renaissance period.

Peasant Wench 1 from Hale Center Foundation for the Arts and Education - Archive Costumes Inventory. Historically accurate for the Renaissance period.

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